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I designed Filholi for a magazine submission, that was regrettably not selected. This pattern idea has then been on my mind for quite a while. For those of you following my YouTube channel, you’ve seen the twists and turns revolving around this sweater, while I was recording my designing process in a special vlog format. It is also a great collaboration story with Doriane from Maison Septembre, whose dyeing job is particularly interesting.


Filholi is a top-down sweater, with a lace yoke inspired by a unique Back Panther. The rest of this design is worked is stockinette stitch to give this garment a high contrast between the top and bottom parts. Puff sleeves are then added and end with a long-ribbed cuff.


Filholi Sweater en

7,20 €Prix
  • Level : OO°°°

    Sizes : 80, 84, (88, 92, 96), 100, 104.

    Notions :
    3,5 mm/US 4 circular needles or needles with which you get gauge.
    3mm/US 2.5 needles or needles 2 sizes smaller than those with which you got gauge.
    8 stitch markers, including 1 beginning of round marker (BORM), a cable needle and a tapestry needle.

    Gauge : 26 sts/38 rows = 10 cm in stockinette st.

    Yarn : My sample was knit in size 92, out of 3 skeins of Numéro 1 (100% merino yarn) from Maison Septembre (400m/100gr.) in the Avignon colourway.

    Given that you get gauge, you can use a Fingering weight yarn, in the following meterage :


    Range 1 - 1 015m, 1 090m, (1 160m, 1 200m, 1 270m), 1 345m, 1 400m,
    or 3, 3, (3, 3, 4), 4, 4 skeins of 400m fingering weight yarn.

    Range 2 - 1 420m, 1 500m, (1 540m, 1 625m, 1 705m), 1 750m, 1 835m,
    or 4, 4, (4, 5, 5), 5, 5 skeins of 400m fingering weight yarn.

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